Tag Archives: Crisis

Greece faces long road to recovery, despite financial rebound

Today was a big day for Greece’s struggle to become normal again. There are some smiles around, but a lot of hard effort still ahead. The following article at Hellenic Shipping News here is a very good account on what … Continue reading

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How to write a book about modern crises and their root causes

The following article appeared as a “Guest Post” at tweedling.com Since the spring of 2010, Greece has become the epicenter of a pan-European financial crisis with global repercussions. This beautiful, sun-drenched but arid land, in the southeast corner of Europe, … Continue reading

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Una fatsa, una ratsa

Déjà vu. It sounds so familiar… On the 6th of May 2012, this poor country, in the eye of the storm of the Eurozone financial crisis, headed to the polls. In the run-up to election day, almost everybody here was … Continue reading

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Allilon Net solidarity network for the Greek crisis

Dear friends and colleagues, Please support the younger generation of professionals in Greece! I would like to invite you to join ALLILONnet, a growing global professional network, where you can share and exchange expertise, ideas and resources, while helping to … Continue reading

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A father’s dilemma: The future of our kids

When I was young, life seemed easy and affordable. My beautiful home country, Greece, was struggling to overcome centuries of backwardness and underdevelopment, aiming to be accepted in the prosperous family of the Western European nations. Jobs were reasonably plentiful … Continue reading

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